December 5, 1944
<br />The Council met in regular session with.Mayor Fourtner presiding. The roll.
<br />call showed the following councilmen present,,Chandler, Roscoe; McGibbon,
<br />Jones, Savage, Hansen and Clausen.
<br />A motion was made,by McGibbon and seconded
<br />were approved by the finance committee be
<br />proper funds. Carried.
<br />A. C. McClurg & Co, books----------
<br />Puget Sound 'News,. books------------
<br />P. S. Puwer .4 Light,, lights--------
<br />P. S. Power & Light,, park lights---
<br />J. A. Astell,, special police-------
<br />Ray Mcdeever, l'&bor----------------
<br />Edmonds School District, pipe------
<br />Pacific Water Works,, supplies-------
<br />Midway Iron Works.,, blacksmith work-
<br />Pittsburgh Equit. Meter, supplies--
<br />Crow Hardware, supplies------------
<br />P. S. Power & Light, power --------- 132.01
<br />Engels Ins, bond for police--------
<br />Yost Auto, storage &, selrvice,------
<br />Fire Department, three fires-------
<br />by Chandler that the billsthat
<br />allowed and warrants drawn on the
<br />Ray McKeever, labor------- 79.00
<br />Crow Hardware, supplies--- 9.68
<br />Yost Auto Co. repair grader. 2.32
<br />Hopper Chev. Go. gas------ 5.25
<br />Long Motor & welding, gas
<br />and repair grader------- 26.75
<br />Puget Sound Power, lights-100.52
<br />Crow 'Hardware , •of f is e sup- 2.26
<br />S. J. Priebe, election---- 23.18
<br />Mrs. D. M. Parker, cleaning 5.-00
<br />A. B. Bently, repair furnace9.94
<br />George Jones,garbage------- 10.00
<br />Telephone Service, phone--- 1.55
<br />W. C. Hansen -mileage & dogs33.00
<br />A motion was made.by Chandler and seconded by. McGibbon that the mayor and
<br />Clerk be instructed to execute the contract of Federal Pipe & Tank Co. for
<br />the building of a water tank and tower in South Edmonds. Motion .carried.
<br />Resolution of Intention #112 was brought before the Couboil for a hearing.
<br />It is their intention to improve the alley in Blocks 77 and 68, from a point
<br />27 feet West of Ninth Street to. -a point 270 feet East of Kinth Street, by the
<br />a construction of a ,six inch lateral sanitary and storm sewer. There, being
<br />no (protests ,-s against the sewer a motion was. made by McGibbon and seconded
<br />by Savage that the Attorney be instructed to prepare an Ordinance creating
<br />an L. I. D. District to take care of the same.. Passed by a unaminous vote
<br />of the Council.
<br />Mr. Morris came before the Council and reported that the ,sidewalk had been
<br />damaged on fifth..street from trucks driving over it. A motion was made by
<br />Savage and seconded by Chandler that Mr. Morris be given permission to
<br />replace the sidewalk according to the.es,tablished grade. Carried.
<br />A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by Clausen that tied McDonald
<br />be charged $25 for the damage -of sidewalk and culvert on South Fifth
<br />Street, that was damaged by his tractor. Motion carried.
<br />A motion was made by Clausen and seconded by Jones that the Clerk notify
<br />0. C. Xelly_to use the alley instead of driving over the sidewalk on sixth
<br />street. Motion carried.
<br />The Clerk was instructed to write the Federal Works Agency for application
<br />blanks to be.filled out for post-war work.
<br />Water superintendent Doty reported that a house was being built 95i�fcet
<br />from the water pump house. A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by
<br />Roscoe that.the Clerk write to the State Health.Department about this condition.
<br />Motion carried.. A motion was made by McGibbon that we get infrotation from
<br />the Health department in regards to building near our water districts so this
<br />will not happen again.
<br />-Councilman McGibb.on,.re.ported xthat the. Richfie.,ld :S:ervi.ce -S,tation -wE s dgmp-
<br />ing their drainage oil in -the alley. A motion was made by Clausen.and
<br />seconded by Roscoe that the Clerk notify Richfield Service that he must
<br />clean up•the mess. Motion carried
<br />There being no further business the meeting adjourned.
<br />Assis ant City Clerk Mayor
<br />December 19, 1944
<br />The Council met in regular -session with Mayor Fourtner presiding. The roll
<br />call showed the following councilmen present Chandler, Roscoe, Savage and
<br />Mayor Fourtner appointed Councilman Chandler on the finance committee to take
<br />the place of Councilman Clausen who was absent for the evening. A motion was
<br />made by Savage and seconded by' Rosepe--,hat the following bills which were
<br />approved by the finance committee be'allowed. Motion carried.